Alzheimer’s Studies and Trials

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Cognitive Status
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Those identified to have a potential increased risk for memory loss caused by Alzheimer’s disease, will be referred from the APT Webstudy (above) to the Trial Ready Cohort for the Prevention of Alzheimer’s Dementia (TRC-PAD) in-person study. The purpose of TRC-PAD is to find as many people as possible (also called a “cohort”) who are interested in participating in clinical trials aimed at discovering treatments that will reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s dementia. TRC-PAD will help researchers enroll participants into these trials quickly to allow new treatments to be discovered as soon as possible. Participants do not have to participate in the TRC-PAD study in order to participate in the online APT Webstudy.
Actively Enrolling
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This study will investigate whether CT1812, a novel and promising therapeutic candidate can halt or slow the process of Alzheimer’s disease. In 2022, a nationwide randomized controlled clinical trial will enroll approximately 540 individuals from Alzheimer’s Clinical Trial Consortium (ACTC) sites and sites from other partnering institutions. Participants aged 50 to 85 with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) due to Alzheimer’s disease, or mild Alzheimer’s disease who have elevated amyloid in the brain (as measured by PET or CSF), will be sought. Participants will be randomized to receive CT1812 or placebo for 18 months. In addition to a battery of cognitive measures, the study will use a variety of biomarkers to evaluate target engagement and assess changes in neurodegeneration and disease progression. This study will leverage the centralized resources, shared expertise, and experienced trial sites of the ACTC to investigate the potential of CT1812 to preserve cognitive function for individuals with early Alzheimer’s disease.
Active – Coming Soon